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Yu-Gi-Oh! - Episode 014

Yu-Gi-Oh! - Episode 014

Kanji

漆黒のデュエル!闇晦ましの城

Japanese translation

A Duel of Darkness! The Castle that Disappears Into the Darkness

English

The Light at the End of the Tunnel

Episode number

14

Japanese air date

25 July 2000

English air date

2 February 2002

Music
Japanese opening

V O I C E

English opening

Season one theme

Japanese ending

Energizing Shower

Chronology
Episode listing Yu-Gi-Oh! episode listing - season 1
Previous Evil Spirit of the Ring
Next Winning Through Intimidation

Contents

Summary

Last episode ended with the gang hearing a loud scream and rushing to see where it came from. It was from Mai, who had just lost a duel against an eliminator named Panik, forcing to give up all her star chips and is therefore, eliminated from Duelist Kingdom. Upset at the way Panik treated her, Yugi challenges him to a Duel. If he wins, he gets all of Mai's chips back. However, if Panik wins, not only will he get Yugi's chips, Yugi will be burned to death. The duel does not start very well for Yugi, as Panik's Castle of Dark Illusions make it impossible to see any of Panik's cards and with a DEF of 2509, almost none of his monster can destroy it. All of Yugi's first few monsters are destroyed, but he is not intimidated by Panik's tricks and insults. He then starts mocking back at Panik. He shows him his Swords of Revealing Light, then Summons Curse of Dragon in Defense Position and Sets a card. Panik, believing the Set cards is Swords of Revealing Light, Summons Reaper of the Cards in an attempt to destroy the Set card, but it turns out to be a Trap Card, Spellbinding Circle, which traps the Reaper and reduces its ATK by 700. Yugi then Sets two cards. Panik says he is not finished yet. He has a whole bunch of powerful cards that can destroy Yugi and win the Duel.

When this episode first aired in the United States on Kids WB!, it was merged with the following episode, so the Duel took place in just one episode. In 2007, this episode was aired as two parts on 4-Kids TV, like shown on the DVD.

Featured Duel: Yami Yugi vs. Panik - Part 1

Panik's turn
Panik Normal Summons "Castle of Dark Illusions" in Defense Position (920 ATK / 1930 DEF) (After Field Power Bonus: 920 → 1196 ATK / 2509 DEF). It covers Panik's side of the field in darkness (Note: This is not its real effect); making Yami unable to see what cards he plays.

Yami's turn
Yami Normal Summons "Celtic Guardian" in Defense Position (1400 ATK / 1200 DEF).

Panik's turn
Panik Normal Summons "Barox" in Attack Position (1380 ATK / 1530 DEF) (After Field Power Bonus: 1380 → 1794 ATK / 1530 → 1989 DEF). "Barox" attacks and destroys "Celtic Guardian".

Yami's turn
Yami Normal Summons "Winged Dragon, Guardian of the Fortress #1" (1400 ATK / 1200 DEF) in Defense Position.

Panik's turn
Panik Normal Summons "Dark Chimera" in Attack Position (1610 ATK / 1460 DEF) (After Field Power Bonus: 1610 → 2093 ATK / 1460 → 1898 DEF).

Yami's turn
Yami Yugi switches "Winged Dragon, Guardian of the Fortress #1" into Attack Position. "Winged Dragon, Guardian of the Fortress #1" attacks; briefly revealing Panik's monsters.

Panik's turn
"Barox" attacks and destroys "Winged Dragon, Guardian of the Fortress #1" (Yami Yugi: 2000 → 1606 Life Points).

Yami's turn
Yami tells him about "Swords of Revealing Light", Sets 1 card then Normal Summons "Curse of Dragon" in Defense Position (2000 ATK / 1500 DEF).

Panik's turn
Panik, believing Yami's Set card is "Swords of Revealing Light", Normal Summons "Reaper of the Cards" in Attack Position (1380 ATK / 1930 DEF) (After Field Power Bonus: 1380 → 1794 ATK / 1930 → 2509 DEF) to destroy it, but the card turns out to be Trap Card: "Spellbinding Circle".

Duel concludes next episode.

Changes to the English Version

  • Numbers of the countdown are cut from the dub.
  • A split-screen of Panik and the number 4 is cut out from the dub.
  • The Japanese Player Killer has the kanji for "yami," or "darkness," on his cap, which is removed in the US version.
  • The picture on Yellow Luster Shield is changed a bit in the dub.
  • A musical montage of the duel is used to bridge the two episodes together, showing part of the duel but not its entirety.

Featured Cards

Panik
Yami Yugi
Facts about Yu-Gi-Oh! - Episode 014RDF feed
English air date 2 February 2002  +
English episode name The Light at the End of the Tunnel  +
Episode number 14  +
Episode season number 1  +
Episode series Yu-Gi-Oh!  +
Japanese air date 25 July 2000  +
Japanese episode name 漆黒のデュエル!闇晦ましの城  +
Screenshot Yugioh014.jpg
Translated Japanese episode name A Duel of Darkness! The Castle that Disappears Into the Darkness  +
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